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Weddings this year looked a little different. In the year 2020, in which many of us were quarantined in small quarters, we got to know our loved ones better than ever. So we have to applaud any couples who have emerged from this period with the fortitude and love to get married! The biggest Hollywood celebrity weddings of the year: Here’s who said ‘I do’ in 2020
“Big Mouth” creator Kroll, 42, and architect Kwong, 29, married on Nov. 11, revealing the news on Instagram the day after Thanksgiving. “So deeply thankful 11•19•20 + forever,” wrote Kwong, showing a silhouette of the couple by the sea, in their formal wedding outfits. Kroll posted a similar image, writing, “So very thankful for @lily_kwong.”
Kwong, who had already revealed on Nov. 6 that they were expecting a child together, shared more images of herself in her wedding finery on Dec. 3 and 4, writing, “It isn’t easy to get married in a global pandemic!!!”
“Avengers: Endgame” star Johansson, 35, and “Saturday Night Live” comedian Jost, 38, married in late October in a private ceremony, allowing Meals on Wheels America to announce that the deed had been done on its Instagram Oct. 29.
Featuring a picture of the Staten Island Ferry (with tin cans tied to the back) and the words “Jost Married,” the organization wrote, “We’re thrilled to break the news that Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost were married over the weekend in an intimate ceremony with their immediate family and loved ones, following COVID-19 safety precautions as directed by the CDC. Their wedding wish is to help make a difference for vulnerable older adults during this difficult time by supporting @mealsonwheelsamerica.”
The couple announced their engagement in May 2019 after two years of dating. They first went public with their romance in 2018 at the premiere of “Infinity War.”
Wrestler-turned-actor Cena, 43, and product manager Shariatzadeh, 31, tied the knot in Tampa, Florida, on Oct. 12 in a private ceremony. The couple had been seen together since March 2019, and he told Entertainment Tonight they’d met while he was in Vancouver, Canada, filming “Playing with Fire.”
“Curb Your Enthusiasm” creator and star David, 73, married Underwood on Oct. 7 in Southern California, People magazine reported. They’d met in 2017 at Sacha Baron Cohen’s birthday party. Underwood had been a producer on Cohen’s Showtime series “Who Is America?” and is friends with Cohen’s wife, Isla Fisher. Fisher guest-starred in the most recent season of “Enthusiasm.”
“We were seated next to each other, I think with (being fixed-up) in mind,” David told The New York Times in April. “Much to her surprise I left before dessert. I was doing so well, banter-wise, I didn’t want to risk staying too long and blowing the good impression.”
The “Kissing Booth” star Courtney, 24, and Scholink, 23, tied the knot in a socially distanced outdoor ceremony in Phoenix, Arizona, on Sept. 27. They’ve known one another since they were toddlers, though the romance didn’t happen until 2017.
Scholink posted a gallery of images on Instagram on Dec. 4, featuring the couple in their wedding formals, and wrote, “This got me in the feels” in the caption. Courtney posted his own wedding photo of the two nearly sharing a kiss and wrote, “I have spent the last 12 days in paradise and that has everything to do with my amazing wife. @mia_scholink you have sparked a new level of joy in my life. You are my glory.”
Oscar-winning actor Stone, 32, and former segment director for “Saturday Night Live” McCary, 35, were confirmed as married by the New York Post’s Page Six in September. They’d announced their engagement on Instagram in December 2019 with a selfie that featured Stone showing a pearl engagement ring. They’d originally planned to marry in March, but postponed due to the pandemic.
They met when she hosted “SNL” in 2016, and were first linked as a couple in 2017.
Musician Allen, 35 and “Stranger Things” star Harbour, 45, wed at the Graceland Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas on Sept. 7. They confirmed the surprise wedding by sharing a fun photo (with Elvis!) outside the chapel, and a second image (swipe to see both) where they shared a postnuptial meal of burgers and fries.
Harbour, who posted the images, wrote in the caption, “In a wedding officiated by the king himself, the people’s princess wed her devoted, low born, but kind credit card holder in a beautiful ceremony lit by the ashen skies courtesy of a burning state miles away in the midst of a global pandemic. Refreshments were served at a small reception following.”
Allen also posted a picture from the ceremony on Instagram, showing three hearts in the caption:
Heisman Trophy winner and former NFL quarterback Tebow, 33, exchanged vows with 2017 Miss Universe Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters, 25 at La Paris Estate in Cape Town, South Africa on Jan. 18, People reported.
Since this was pre-global pandemic, the event had 260 guests and the bride wore a sleeveless custom gown by David’s Bridal. Tebow shared video and pictures on Instagram Jan. 19, writing in the caption, “Blending Cultures + Traditions. Grateful.”
x”Claws” and “Reno 911” star Nash, 50, wed musician Jessica Betts, 48, in August. She shared a photo of the couple on Instagram, writing “Mrs. Carol Denise Betts.” The wedding came just months after Nash divorced her second husband, and she told People magazine that it was not a “coming out” event.
“(My marriage) has absolutely nothing to do with gender, and it has everything to do with her soul,” Nash said. “She is the most beautiful soul I have ever met in my life.”
“Raven’s Home” actress and former “Cosby Show” child star Raven-Symoné, 35, tied the knot with social media manager Miranda Maday in an outdoor backyard ceremony on June 16, and she posted photos on Instagram two days later.
“I got married to a woman who understands me from trigger to joy, from breakfast to midnight snack, from stage to home,” the actress, whose full name is Raven-Symoné Christina Pearman, wrote in the caption. “I love you Mrs. Pearman-Maday!”
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